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HIGH TIMES Editor-in-Chief Talks Legalization on MSNBC's 'NOW'

Editor-in-Chief Chris Simunek stopped by the MSNBC studio in New York City today to discuss marijuana policy and the magazine's recent interview with former Mexican President Vicente Fox on the panel of NOW with Alex Wagner.

Justice Dept Shifts Policy for Drug Sentencing

In an effort to ease prison overcrowding, the Obama Administration will implement a major shift in policy, one that sidesteps federal mandatory minimum sentencing for low-level drug offenses. In a speech Monday at the American Bar Association’s annual meeting, A...

The New Era of Cannabis Reform

If Rip Van Winkle nodded out a few years ago and awoke today, he would be amazed at the transformation of the cannabis issue. Marijuana is being sold over the counter in several states, primarily for medical use but under broader regulatory programs in Washington and Colo...

Drug Free America Helps Kill Pro-Pot Ad at Brickyard 400

Last week marijuana advocates were excited to hear that a pro-marijuana advertisement would air on a jumbotron just outside of NASCAR’s Brickyard 400 in Indianapolis over the weekend. The ad was to run 72 over a three-day period for the hundreds of thousan...

President Vicente Fox: The HIGH TIMES Interview

Former President of Mexico Vicente Fox sits down with HIGH TIMES for an exclusive interview regarding his global initiative to legalize marijuana. Alarmed by the Drug War that has been ravaging his country since he left office in 2006, President Fox has created a broad co...

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